10. Mackenzy Bernadeau, C/G Dallas Cowboys
Houston has some uncertainty in the interior of their line as both center Ben Jones and right guard Brandon Brooks are set to become free agents. The team could look to bring them both back, but even if they do there is a strong need for depth here as injuries poked their head out all season long on the line.
Starting left guard Xavier Su’a-Filo missed five games and the second year player managed to start just nine games all season long. His backup Jeff Adams (a converted tackle) also suffered injuries as a knee injury ended his season as quickly as it had begun.
With that in mind, the team could look to a veteran with some experience all along the interior of the line like Dallas Cowboys guard/center Mackenzy Bernadeau.
The 30-year old lineman has played in 111 games with 49 starts in his career as a member of the Carolina Panthers as well as the Cowboys. Since joining Dallas in 2012, he has recorded 29 of those starts while spending the past two seasons being the backup at all three interior line spots for the ‘Boys.
While obviously not being a long-term answer given his age, Bernadeau could bring some great depth to a unit that had a lot of turnover all year long.
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